How to Be Best Dressed on a Boat This Summer

If you’re sailing the high seas this summer, you’ll need stylish and functional staples that will keep your outfit stresses at bay. So, keep on reading for our styling tricks to be best dressed on a boat this summer.

Don your stylish and functional summer accessories.

black dress with silk scarf and satchel bag straw hat with black swimwear sling bag with breezy dress sailor cap with white swimwear

hat with backless swimsuit

Nothing completes your summer looks with a sun hat. So forget your floppy hats and resort to a wide-brim straw hat that will keep your looks chic and breezy at the seas. Like fashion blogger Jessica Stein, you may actually opt for a sailor cap that will look perfect with your minimalist swimwear. Resort to flat and strappy sandals, satchel bags, and a silk scarf to keep you feminine and chic on the boat.

Go nautical-chic.

breton striped sweater with shorts nautical striped outfit with sling bag nautical chic outfit with sun hat cute sunglasses and headscarf with breezy outfit

Breton stripes and color combinations of white, blue, and red scream nautical-chic perfect on your boat looks. Like fashion blogger Blair Eadie, you may opt for a striped dress matched with a pair of fringed sandals and a nautical hat that will keep your style chic yet breezy. Or, if you’re afraid of stripes, simply wear the nautical colors on your outfit and finish it up with a pair of rounded sunglasses and a headscarf. If you’re more on a casual side, copy Nicole Warne’s look by going for a striped top and a pair of white denim shorts that will give an effortlessly cool vibe on you.

Feel free to dress up to show off your style.

floral print dress with classic pumps woven leather skirt with printed top sophisticated outfit with gold watch red tank top with shorts and wedge sandals red dress with sexy heels gingham dress with sun hat floral print romper floral print dress with fringe sandals and nautical hat

Whether you’re riding a luxury yacht or a tourist boat, you can still dress up to look a bit glamorous yet appropriate. Like fashion blogger Nicole Warne, you may embrace the shades of red on your summer outfit since red is one of the most elegant, sexy, and classy shades, that will give your style some hint of glam. If it sounds too much for you, you may dress up a bit by wearing summer print dresses in gingham, floral, or even polka dots that will give some feminine yet effortlessly cool vibe on your looks.

You could never go wrong with summer whites.

breezy white jumpsuit white top with denim shorts white summer dress with hat strappy sandals with white romper sheer white summer dress

If you’re a fan of neutral shades, go for summer whites that will keep you cool and breezy in the heat. Light colors are more comfortable than dark ones since the reflect heat rather than absorbing it. Like fashion blogger Nicole Warne, opt for a breezy white jumpsuit with a flattering neckline to keep you sexy yet demure. Or, go breezy with a sheer and lightweight dress like Jessica Stein, completing your looks with a sun hat and summer sandals.

Flaunt your curves with flattering swimwear.

striped swimwear with metallic belt sexy black swimwear metallic gold swimsuit with statement necklace crochet cover up with swimwear cover up with yellow swimwear

If you wish to show off your sexy curves on your boat, opt for a flattering swimwear that brings out the best in you. Since you’re not going to plunge on the waters for a long time, a metallic swimsuit may look perfectly with a statement necklace and cuffs, which will keep your style glamorously elegant on the seas. Feel free to dress up you’re a style a bit as long as it fits the scene. This way, you’ll be the best-dressed girl on the boat this summer.

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